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Wildlife Circuits % ToursExpeditions & Nature Trips (more than 65)  (We send a Frre Brochure with/Prices at your e-mail) 


Archaeological Routes

Lake Titikaka 

Ingapirca 

Royal Boyacá

Trujillo

Oruro

Lambayeque

Choquequirao

Lake Titikaka

Lake Titikaka, located 70 km west of the city of La Paz, covers an area of 8 300 km². It is fed by meltwaters from the glaciers in the Apolobamba and Royal or La Paz Cordilleras. The colossal peaks of the Bolivian Andes covered with eternal snow rise majestically near the northern bank of the Titikaka.

Ingapirca 

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Ecuador’s most important archeological complex of the Cañari and Inca cultures, Ingapirca, built of perfectly worked stones joined together with a natural mortar, still stands in the province of Cañar. Elliptic in shape, this Temple of the Sun was used by the Cañari-Inca cultures mainly for ceremonies and rituals, although it also had strategic and military purposes.

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Royal Boyacá

This Inca stone archeological complex dating back to the early sixteenth century covers an area of 2 hectares. Its component sectors are defined by the topography of the site, fulfilled different functions and communicated with each other through walkways to the main square. Visitors can view a complex hydraulic system, most likely for domestic, ceremonial and agricultural use. 

Trujillo

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 The carefully conserved city center, with its streets laid out in the sixteenth century and its rich architectural trove of mansions, palaces and churches, leads us back a hundred years.Trujillo,  on Peru’s northern coast is, without a doubt, one of the most important cities in this part of the country.

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Oruro

the town of Oruro, known as “The Bolivian Folklore Capital” because of the Lavish Folklore Carnival held there every year in honour of the Virgin of Socavón, which is considered to be the utmost expression of Bolivia’s popular and traditional cultures.

Lambayeque

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Lambayeque area. Among them, the Moche culture, between the1st and 7th centuries A.D., was unquestionably the most magnificent one. The great pyramids of Túcume, the sanctuaries, the Sicán stepped ramps and the Sipán tombs of Moche dignitaries are only examples of the archaeological treasures

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Choquequirao

This Inca stone archeological complex dating back to the early sixteenth century covers an area of 2 hectares. Its component sectors are defined by the topography of the site, fulfilled different functions and communicated with each other through walkways to the main square



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